1 The letter was on the bookshelf.
2 Robert's letter was on the floor.
3 Show me the letter and play for me the Impromptu.
4 She had a letter from him, written before he left New Orleans.
5 She sat in the sofa corner reading Robert's letter by the fading light.
6 Mademoiselle opened the drawer and drew forth the letter, the topmost one.
7 One letter was written from Vera Cruz and the other from the City of Mexico.
8 When Mrs. Pontellier folded the letter it was time for her to dress for the early dinner.
9 She lay wide awake composing a letter which was nothing like the one which she wrote next day.
10 She read a letter from her sister, who was away in the East, and who had engaged herself to be married.
11 Mademoiselle smoothed the letter out, restored it to the envelope, and replaced it in the table drawer.
12 "I have a letter somewhere," looking in the machine drawer and finding the letter in the bottom of the workbasket.
13 The letter was right there at hand in the drawer of the little table upon which Edna had just placed her coffee cup.
14 "I have had a letter from your friend," she remarked, as she poured a little cream into Edna's cup and handed it to her.
15 If Mademoiselle happened to have received a letter from Robert during the interval of Edna's visits, she would give her the letter unsolicited.
16 Edna wished to see the letter, and Madame Lebrun told her to look for it either on the table or the dresser, or perhaps it was on the mantelpiece.
17 In the middle of the night she remembered that she had forgotten to write her regular letter to her husband; and she decided to do so next day and tell him about her afternoon at the Jockey Club.
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